As you read this extraordinary piece of nazi propaganda, remember that this was published around the same time as Tannenburg and Katyn favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: World War II, propaganda, Poland
Dissent, discussion, and protest of the war in Afghanistan are ubiquitous today, especially through the use of new media. New media allows for user-generated content and alternative voices to the big broadcast news stations and status-quo information sources. The cacophony of dissent makes Afghanistan seem like a maelstrom of a war of a divided nation. However, when we look at World War II, which through historyâs lens has been cemented in public consciousness as the pinnacle of a just,... Topics: afghanistan, world war II, propaganda, dissent, protest, 9/11
This is a banned Propaganda cartoon from World War II. This is part of my collection of banned and censored cartoons. When a group of people work to ban a certain media then part of their heritage is lost as a result. Many types of media I do not agree with, but I do not complain to have it banned. Remember the Soviet Union. They had to basically relearn their own history by going back to books written before the revolution. England knew nothing about their greatest heroes until the French... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Banned Cartoons, Animated, Cartoons, Banned material, World War II Propaganda
30-minute weekly radio program for March 1, 2011. An interesting look at the interplay among four major themes of this radio series: propaganda, the nation-state, organized religion, and war. A few great World-War-Two propaganda songs are played and then analyzed, notably "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition." "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" is analyzed, showing it to be the worst blood-soaked militaristic blasphemy imaginable. (They let *children* listen to this??) A... Topics: military, war, chaplain, sky pilot, World War II, propaganda, USAF Academy, Battle Hymn of the...
Produced by the U.S. Department of the Treasury in support of the 7th War Loan, "Voice of Truth" is a terrific examples of a WWII propaganda film. "Voice of Truth" uses a Tokyo Rose broadcast as its conceit, to remind the audience of the stakes in the war. Tokyo Rose (alternative spelling Tokio Rose) was actually a generic name given by Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II to any of approximately a dozen English-speaking female broadcasters of Japanese... Topics: Tokyo, World War II, Propaganda Film, Film, Treasury Department, Japan, WWII